Week of October 20, 2014 Archives
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Thursday, October 233 Big Questions for Canada After the Attack
- Adam Taylor, WaPoWhy Wasn't WHO Ready for Ebola?
- Joshua Keating, SlateThe Brutality of the 'New Egypt'
- Mona Eltahawy, New York TimesChina Pivots to Europe
- Paul Ames, Global PostEurope's Economy Is Running Out of Time
- The EconomistKooky UKIP Will Keep Britain in EU
- Iain Martin, Telegraph6,000-Year-Old Temple in Ukraine Found
- Owen Jarus, Live SciencePapua New Guinea's Tragic Witch-Hunts
- Dana MacLean, Diplomat
Wednesday, October 22Soldier Dead in Ottawa Shootings
- Blair Crawford, Ottawa CitizenChina's Aircraft Carrier Trouble
- Robert Beckhusen, War Is BoringThe West Wins, in Spite of Itself
- Conrad Black, National ReviewWho Does Turkey Really Support in Kobani?
- Christoph Reuter, Der SpiegelChina Could Also Lose Taiwan
- Richard Rosecrance, The American InterestThe Failing War on Drugs... in Afghanistan
- Joshua Keating, SlateIs the US Working With Russia on ISIS or Not?
- Josh Rogin, Daily BeastObama's Last Chance to Save His Presidency
- Leslie Gelb, National InterestColombia-FARC Peace Deal Relies on Forgiveness
- Jim Wyss, Miami Herald
Tuesday, October 21TV Faceoff Dramatizes Hong Kong's Gulf
- Liam Fitzpatrick, TimeHong Kong Officials: There's Always 2022
- Shannon Tiezzi, DiplomatIs Hong Kong China's Future?
- William Pesek, BloombergHow Beijing Captured China's Middle Class
- Julian Sneider, TNI'Core al-Qaeda' Coming Back to Bite Us
- Bridget Johnson, PJ MediaDaily Life in the Shadow of ISIS
- Alice Su, The AtlanticDoes Obama Know PKK Can Be Allies?
- Michael Rubin, CommentaryUkrainian Separatists' Torture Chambers
- Reid Standish, Foreign PolicyAmerica's Failed War on Afghan Heroin
- Eric Pianin, The Fiscal TimesAmal Clooney Should Back Off on Elgin
- Dominic Selwood, Telegraph
Monday, October 20Sovereignty Issues Push EU to the Brink
- Gideon Rachman, FTWhich Syrians Will Turkey Train?
- Sibel Utku Bila, Al MonitorHow Nigeria Stopped Ebola
- Edward Wright, The ConversationCan Joint Procurement Challenge China?
- KSL Collin, The DiplomatEurope Acknowledges Austerity's Failure
- Patrick Smith, The Fiscal TimesObama's Coalition Is Fighting to Lose
- Ira Straus, National ReviewIndia, Pakistan Inch toward Nuclear Standoff
- Bruce Riedel, Daily BeastUnderstanding Why Women Join ISIS
- Amanda Taub, VoxIndia's Modi Wave Keeps Rolling
Thursday, October 16Asia's Concern over an American Decline
- Roger Cohen, NY TimesIs German Economics Working?
- Knaup & Reiermann, Der SpiegelEurope's Hidden Ebola Cases
- Barbie Latza Nadeau, Daily BeastISIS Looting Archaeological Treasures
- David Kohn, New YorkerLibya's Government Holed Up in 1970s Hotel
- Tim Whewell, BBCWhen Islam Curbed Christian Extremism
- Ishaan Tharoor, WaPoChina's Unrequited Love for Basketball
- Samuel Chi, The DiplomatUKIP: Farage Against the Machine
- The Economist
Wednesday, October 15ISIS Has a Bigger Coalition Than We Do
- Michael Daly, Daily BeastWill NATO Help Retrain Iraqi Forces?
- Gopal Ratnam, Foreign PolicyRussia's View of the Ukraine Crisis
- Paul Saunders, National InterestHong Kong Protester Beaten by Police
- Adam Withnall, The IndependentExecutions in Iran on the Rise
- Guy Taylor, Washington TimesObama's Objective: Defeat IS or Mollify Iran?
- Michael Doran, MosaicRussia Stifling Ukrainian Economy
- Steven Mufson, Washington PostObama Is the Master of Unilateral War
- Goldsmith & Waxman, New RepublicNorth and South Korea Fail to Reach Agreement
- Justin McCurry, Guardian
Tuesday, October 14The Ruins of the Middle East
- Victor Davis Hanson, National ReviewErdogan of Arabia
- Marc Champion, BloombergSyrian War Conference, Minus Syrians
- Josh Rogin, The Daily BeastObama's Kiss-and-Tell Coalition Problem
- Ratnam & Hudson, FPISIS Cancer Is Spreading to North Africa
- Daniel Nisman, NY PostRussia Is Up to Its Neck in Syria
- Michael Ledeen, PJ MediaWhere '1 Country, 2 Systems' Is a Success
- Dingding Chen, DiplomatVietnam's Communists Smarter Than Cuba's
- Michael Totten, WABritain's Identity Crisis
- Philip Johnston, Daily TelegraphWho Owns Outer Space?
- Jon Kelvey, Slate
Monday, October 13Why Would Anyone Emulate America?
- Joseph Stiglitz, Project SyndicateThe U.S. Is too Weak on Hong Kong
- John Bolton, Pitt Tribune ReviewGermany Sabotages the Eurozone
- Mark Gilbert, BloombergA Nuclear Deal with Iran Is no Panacea
- Kevin Sullivan, The WeekLessons for America from Britain's Imperial Troubles
- G. Rachman, FTAirport Screening Won't Stop Ebola
- EconomistTurkey Can't Solve Syria Crisis
- Norman Stone, London Evening StandardEurope's New Downturn Is Urgent, not Important
- P. Smith, Fiscal TimesIndonesia's Remote Internet Village
- Guruh Riyanto, Worldcrunch